Mozart and the Whale

2005

Mozart and the Whale

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A young couple who have Asperger's syndrome, a kind of autism, fall in love, but their talents are offset by an inability to relate to one another, which threatens to undermine their relationship.

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Critic Reviews for Mozart and the Whale

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  • Strong performances anchor this low-key romantic drama about two people with Asperger syndrome.

    Feb 22, 2006
  • From the first, there is a refreshing absence of special pleading or under-the-microscope examination in Naess' approach.

    Feb 7, 2006

    Todd McCarthy

    Variety
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  • Shapeless and redundant, this flick is exactly the sort of movie you'd envision if I said "mildly retarded yet physically gorgeous young romance."

    Dec 12, 2006 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Mozart and the Whale

Overall pretty good but I dozed off somewhere in the middle.

Megan S
Megan S

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Crazy and odd, but isn't all love that way. I thought this was beautiful and well done.

Leigh Ryan
Leigh Ryan

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½

An uneven, honourably intended romantic comedy.

Edward Boxler
Edward Boxler

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Initially I only rented this because Josh Hartnett was in it, but it really was all-around very good. I don't know how accurate a portrayal of Asperger's it was, but never mind. The two main characters might have been tragic by themselves, but them coming together defined the movie and gave it lift. I liked the message most of all: it's okay to be crazy, but it's better to be crazy together. Reminded me of the Mad Pride movement. I liked this a lot more than I thought I would.

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